Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 10, 1951 · Page 5
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6 TUESDAY, AJLY 10, THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, fLLINOIS RADIO Day By Day ST. LOUIS MUNV OPERA ON AIR SUNDAYS Central Local Time — listings fit ; either Daylight or Standard unless noted. NEW YORK, July 10 — Music from the summer outdoors, an annual feature on the radio networks will find its place on the schedules within the next few weeks. Three such concerts already have been scheduled. The first begins on ABC Saturday morning from Chautauqua, N. Y., and will be supplied by the Chautaqua Student Symphony Orchestra made up of 60 young musicians from 20 states. These broadcasts will continue .through August 18. On August 5 another Chautaqua group, the Chautaqua Symphony directed by Frank Auyroi will go on ABC for a three-week late Sunday afternoon series. Eight hour - long Hollywood Bowl concerts are planned by NBC to start July 21. * * * * ANOTHER SUMMER FEATURE, The St. Louis Municipal Opera Chorus and Orchestra, is running Sunday afternoons on CBS under the title of "Summer In St. Louis." xt consists of selections from operas and operettas. As its share of outdoor concerts, MBS expects to have its annual * broadcast of part of Chicagoland Musi.: Festival around mid- August. SUMMER ADDITIONS FOR TONIGHT: Radio • — NBC 7 American Portraits with Dennis King portraying Benjamin Franklin in "The Incomparable Doctor." TELEVISION CBS-TV 8 (Central Daylight) How To, Roger Price and Panel in a comedy helping hand program D as replacement for Vaughn Monroe Show, film recorded in Hollywood. TUNING TONIGHT (Tuesday) NBC— 7:30—Dangerous Assignment. 8:00—It's Higgins Sir, comedy. 8:30—Jack Pearl> 9:00—Big Town Mystery. CBS— 7:00—Operation Underground. 7:30—Mr. and Mrs. Nor'eii. I 8:30—The Bikersons. 9:00—Capitol Cloakroom. ABC— 7:00—Chance of a Lifetime. 7:30—Sea Hound Adventure. 8:00—Town Meeting at Bloomington, Ind. "How Can We Stop Making Drug Addicts of Our Children?" 9:00—Time For Defense. MBS — 7:00—Count of Monte Cristo Drama. t 7:30—Detective Drama. 8:00—John Steele Adventure Drama. - - « 8:30—Mysterious Traveler Drama. TELEVISION (Central Daylight — Standard one hour earlier.) NBC— 7:00—Meet The Press, Sen. Styles Bridges. 7:30—Juvenile' Jury. 8:00—Fireside Theater. 8:30—Circle Theater. 9:00—Amateur Hour. CBS— 7:00—Film Theater. 8:30—Suspense. 9:00—Danger Drama. ABC— 6:30—Beulah on Film. 8:00—Q. E. D. Quiz. 8:30—Life Begins at 80. DUMONT— 7:00—Georgetown U. Forum "Which Party." 7:30—Science Review on Film. 8:00—Sammy Kaye Cavalcade. 9:00 — They Stand Accused Court Room Drama. WEDNESDAY ITEMS BASEBALL — MBS Game of Day Network 1:55 p. m. Recorded repeat of past World Scries game. NBC— 11:15 p. m.—Jan Pickens Party. 1:30 — Live Like a Millionaire, Talent. 4:00—Just Plain Bill. 7:00—Pete Kelly's Blues. 9:30—Rex Saunders, CBS— 10:30 a. m.—Grand Slam. 1:45 p. m.—Brighter Day, Second Anniversary. 4:30—Oasis Shrine Band of Charlotte, N. C. 7:30—Dr. Christian. 9:00—Dancing Tunes. ABC— 6:30—Lone Ranger. 8:30—Mr. President. MBS— 8:30 a. m.—Harmony Rangers. 11:00 a. m.—Curt Massey Time. 1:00—Tony Fontaine Company. CHURCHES AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION W. F. RIGBY, Missionary Our annual Young People's Bible Conference- held at Lake Benton came to a close last Saturday July 7. It was attended by over one hundred young people from all parts of Southern Illinois. 'These young people coming from the various rural areas represented approximately twenty Union Sunday Schools. The mornings were taken up in class periods and also a very fine Missinary hour led by Miss Virginia Anders, a returned missionary from China. The afternoons were for recreation and the evenings for inspiration. Our camp Pastor, the Rev. Lloyd Martz brought many stiring messages. There were many musical specials by the Pastor and his family and also by several of the young people of the field. A good time was had by all and a crowning glory to the whole camp was to see twenty—three young people trust Christ as their Savious and several others dedicate their lives for full time Christian service. This camp was under the leadership of the American Sunday School Union. DIX REVIVAL MEETING Dix Methodist Church, July 112. Services begin each evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. L. A. Mabry the pastor, will do the preaching and Mrs. Mabry will be in charge of the singing. SO EASY FOR MOTHERS TO GIVE 4fy 7 IF WE MAY HELP If, in your opinion, our advice In advance of necessity would be helpful to you, we invite you to seek that counsel, as so many others have done. MYERS rUKERAL SERVICE Our cAirnJs. to 6e Worthy of ya^Qonficlence MT. VERNON IU.INOM Billie Burke Mrf. Earl Wilson Mrs. Fred Waring Mrs. Gene Autry Now YOU Con Join America's Famous Women-and V PR£-CVTQVAK7£R-P(X/ND JW/WSf * oar tce&ox ODO&s—s&u. TH£ FR£SM, SW££T OAVOAf 4 FLAVOR! NVTRtTtOfifI &%WG#t-£-£/ Everything Happens to Good Old Kind Hearted Jack Bennett-the Bargain Giving-Price Cutting Manager of Your BROKERAGE STORE * FIRST—Your Brokerage burned down! * THEN—Good old Jack took his ulcers seriously! * NEXT—It poured down rain every time he planned for a sale. * AND Now - with the ulcers taken care of and dry weather in sight — all the Mt. Vernon folks will flock to the Fair on Wednesday, July 11—leaving poor old Jack alone in his store all of Wednesday afternoon * SO - He's decided to give in gracefully and he's shooting the works Wednesday morning with a super HALF-A DAY HALF-A DOLLAR SAVINGS SALE! DON'T MISS IT!! ILLINOIS BROKERAGE 3 HOUR SALE! VALUE TO 79< RAYON PANTIES PA. COTTON BRA'S 3|| c HALF SUPS each or pair * This fs a real super hot shot buy; The panties come In fine, smooth as silk rayon, in regular, and extra size—white, color*, elasticized waist. Tailored or trimmed. The bras, in fine siikllk« cotton, sanforized. White and flesh or tea rose. All bust and cup sizes. The half slips in gorgeous rayon, with lovely lac* trims and designs. Special Group RAYON PANTIES .... 5 for $1.00 Companion Value! Reg. $1.98 Value Slips&iSlips 'P Beautifully tailored or daintily trimmed with embroidered lace and laces! Fine smooth sanforized cottons, or luscious rayon crepes. Whites and colors. All regular sizes. 3 HOUR SALE! OUR REGULAR TO 98c YARD FABRICS-AT ALMOST HALF PRICE! You'll recognize the patterns and fabrics if you read the famous fashion magazines. This group is a famous dress makers overstocks. Summer shades and fall shades in year round fabrics! 50° yd- VALUE TO $1.29 LADIES' RAYON CREPE BLOUSES Pastel and printed patterns. Sizes 32 to 38. SPECIAL MUSLIN GROUP Heavy quality muslin for all domestic purposes. In brown shade only. 2 F " $ 1 ^ Mi. $1 00 00 3 HOUR SALE! MEN'S VALUE TO $5.95 SUMMER FABRIC SPORT SHIRTS One time only—Wednesday morning! Lightweight fabrics and colors, in long sleeve styles r with dual purpose sport or dress type collar.'Small, medium, large sizes. $ 1 MEN'S AND BOYS' 59c COTTON KNIT BRIEFS AND FINE COTTON UNDER SHIRTS Fine combed cotton shirts, In regular sizes for men, and elastic banded knit men's briefs, small, regular, large sizes. Same type for boys—2 pieces $1. 2 * %\ 00 MEN'S BOXER OR SHORT SWIM TRUNKS 50 Men's fancy patterned or solid color swim shorts, with built in supports. Sizes 32 to 40. *1 WOMEN'S VALUE TO $2.98 HANDBAGS Purse, pouch and envelope styles! Some lined and £sl CA fitted with coin purse and mirror. Light and dark • shades in fabrics and leather simulations. I WOMEN'S $1.98 CREPE OR BATISTE GOWNS Light airy cool batiste gowns, tip toe length, full circular skirts. Crinkle crepe styles need no ironing. $ 1 50 WOMEN'S, MISSES' $1.98 SPORTS SHORTS 50 Cleverly designed sports shorts In fine new fabrics, and smart new shades. Regular sizes 12 to 20. San­ forized. THIS SALE PACKS A LOT OF SOCK! ANKLETS FOR WOMEN, MISSES', CHILDREN'S, BOYS' AND MEN What a variety! What colors—what styles —and what values! Some of them should sell for 39c pair! Solid color, white and plenty of real fancy patterns! *1 2 Poir 50< WOMEN'S $1.50 VALUE NYLON HOSE Biggest hosiery buy in town! Fine new summer shades, in crystal clear nylon! Single pairs $1. 3 3 HOUR SALE! VALUE TO $2.98 WOMEN'S CREPE AND COTTON SUMMER BLOUSES Short sleeve stylis, and sleeveless types! Whites, pastels, plaids, and prints. In lush broadcloth or sleek rayon crepe. 32-40. *1 50 VALUE TO $1.98 MEN'S NEW SUMMER STRAW HATS All popular shapes. Many styles to choose from. BOYS' 79c COTTON POLO SHIRTS *1 00 Blazer strpes and fancy patterned string; knits or close weave styles. Sizes 2-18. BOYS' AND GIRLS' BOXER STYLE SPORT SHORTS Elastic waist bands. Faded denims. , Sizes 2 to 8. Reg. f 1.00-f 1.29 values. J For $J50 50 2 rw$ 1 Special Group of $1.98 & $2.98 PLAY SHOES Wedgies, Ballerinas, and Flatties. Plenty of white* C<l£ll'' ! -w S astels, and multicolors. Sizes for women, and chil- • m i <S£k™ ren and misses. .v;,^&^fc^*$

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